2010/02/24

Saint-honoré à la rose



In the past, I always thought some of French desserts look honorable and indifferent. I have ever asked my father-in law about the origin of Saint-honoré and la religieuse, is that related to the religion? I did not exactly get the answer till now. After sometime, I tried some of them, the sweet and the flavor caught my attention. I just understand how charming they are; they are no more far away.


The diameter of each Saint-honoré is 8mm. If you like it, it's easy to find it on my Etsy shop!

9 comments:

linsminis said...

These are so delicately beautiful Oiseau! Wonderful work! Mini hugs, Linda

PetitPlat Food Art said...

so perfect!

Anthoula said...

Simply delicious!

rosanna said...

Saint Honoré takes the name by the patron saint of patissiers, Honoratus, while the religieus takes the name by it's shape which recalls a monk or a nun. Lovely works indeed Rosanna

Oiseau deNim said...

Hi ladies, your wonderful messages do make me happy.

Rosanna, thanks for the sharing. I checked from wikipedia just now and found it's a long long story. It's interesting to know the origin. For me, France is a charming country composed of complicacy but French dessert is unique and extraordinaire.

Miniature Patisserie Chef said...

Very nice!!

Daisy said...

Wonderful,perfect,beautiful!!!!

Tiny Delights said...

WOW! Perfect cream, perfect work.

Ana

linsminis said...

Sorry Oiseau but there's another award waiting for you over on my blog! Gosh they take so much time to do! Mini hugs, Linda

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